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July 2021

Sunday, Jul 25
Broom Making, Book Binding
12:00 pm

Craft a rustic broom from scratch or bind your own leather grimoire, book of shadows, spell book, art or dream journal- something for all your…

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Thursday, Jul 29
Phillips Library Book Talk: Sino-French Trade at Canton, 1698–1842
5:00 pm

Free event Recommended for adults The Phillips Library invites you to join author Susan Schopp in a discussion of her new book Sino-French Trade at Canton,…

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August 2021

Monday, Aug 2
Salem Heritage Days

Salem Heritage Days return August 2-8 with a full week of non-stop fun and special events celebrating Salem. The Heritage Days week includes musical entertainment…

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Tuesday, Aug 3
Phillips Library Open House: Recent Acquisitions (Virtual)
9:00 am

Listen as Director of the Phillips Library Dan Lipcan and the Phillips Library staff present a sampling of library materials acquired during the past year…

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Wednesday, Aug 4
Hidden History: Japanese Internment & Other Asian American Witch Hunts
6:30 pm

Our museum’s mission is to be the voice of the innocent victims of the Salem witch trials of 1692 while also bringing awareness to how…

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Thursday, Aug 5
The Mighty Dead Class Series – Learning from Legendary Practitioners: Medea with Kadmus
7:00 pm

The Cauldron Black is delighted to announce a year-long, twelve-part monthly series dedicated to The Mighty Dead: historic, influential, prolific (and occasionally infamous!) witches, magicians,…

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Thursday, Aug 12
Salem Witchcraft & Folklore Festival

Greetings All! After much deliberation, we have decided to move ahead with The Salem Witchcraft and Folklore Festival 2021 as an ONLINE EVENT only this year. Though…

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Tuesday, Aug 17
Cruising Salem Harbor in 1800 with Reverend William Bentley
5:00 pm

Join Essex Heritage and historian Donald Friary to explore Salem Harbor through the eyes of Reverend William Bentley. According to his diary, Reverend William Bentley…

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Wednesday, Aug 25
The Way of the Wood-Nymph: Kirkean Plant Allies and Tree Magic
7:00 pm

This class offers a multidimensional animist exploration of the role of plant lore in modern witchcraft practice. In this two hour workshop we will engage…

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September 2021

Thursday, Sep 2
The Mighty Dead Class Series – Maria Padilha: The Woman, the Witch, the Devil’s Wife, the Goddess w/Jesse Hathaway Diaz
7:00 pm

The woman known as Maria de Padilla was 14th century Spanish noblewoman who was the mistress to King Pedro of Castile. After her death, the…

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Wednesday, Sep 22
Kirkean Spirit & Deity Work: An Introduction to the Mandala of Titania Circe
7:00 pm

Circe is Paradox: Somehow influencing the entirety of modern witchcraft folklore and yet not nearly as well recognized as the other Nymphs and Goddesses in…

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October 2021

Thursday, Oct 7
The Mighty Dead Class Series – Black Dogs, Church Grims, & Gurt Dogs with Prof Charles Porterfield
7:00 pm

Dogs, and spirit dogs in particular, have been associated with death in many cultures, and although many are regarded as sinister or malevolent, a few…

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Friday, Oct 8
Fairy Godmothering: The Legacy Work of Tending Ancestral Portals A Five-Part Class & Ritual Series
7:00 pm

The popular culture concept of the fairy godmother as protector and bestowed of blessings is not unlike the concept of guardian spirits in a variety…

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Wednesday, Oct 20
Other Memory: Kirkean Necromancy and Ancestor Work
7:00 pm

Kírkɛ or Circe is an enchantress, a goddess, daughter of Helios and Perse. She was known to turn men to pigs, and kings to birds…

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Thursday, Oct 21
The Not So Good Life of the Colonial Goodwife
6:30 pm

Binge-watch Vikings, Turn, or Frontier, and you’ll see people being disemboweled, tortured, and decapitated – but you won’t see anything about menstruation, chamber pots, birth…

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